College A Capella Groups Breaking Tradition, Hearts

There are still plenty of blazers and bow ties, but glee clubs these are not. Today's college a capella groups are trying hard to be less Urkel and more Usher. "When people think of college a cappella, they think of tuxedos and old-school choral music, but it's much hipper and cooler than you remember," Mickey Rapkin, author of "Pitch Perfect," told "Good Morning America." In the early '90s, there were only about 200 a capella groups, mostly in the Northeast, and now there are more than 1,200...Full Story
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